TEMPE, Ariz. -- It's hard to say exactly where power comes from. It's even harder to say how two players of similar stock can travel such divergent paths with the same raw material.
We're talking about the kind of raw, light-tower power that front-office executives can't get enough of and managers beg for in the middle of the lineup.
It's the most valuable skill a baseball player can have, and the least predictable. A player can blast 35 home runs in Double-A but struggle to make contact ...Read full story